The Joey English Show

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cont. “Senior Moment” Segment – January 9, 2021

10:00 – 11:00 AM

Hour 2 Seg 2 – cont. “Senior Moment” Segment

Hello, hello Joey Pals;
Just to remind you, that even though I am doing my best to provide you up-to-date information, please check websites and phone numbers for the latest. Coronavirus Hotlines and Websites: Desert Oasis Healthcare www.mydohc.com (760) 969-6555; Eisenhower Health (760) 837-8988; Desert AIDS Project Triage Clinic (760) 992-0407. Be well and all the best. Blessings, Joey
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DEMENTIA HELP CENTER w/ Kae Hammond re: President & Founder; 495 Town Center Way, 44 Ste., B, Palm Desert, CA. 92260.
– CONTINUATION of the conversation we were having w/ Kurt re: Her perception of how her clients do or do not understand the vaccination process associated w/ COVID-19.
– DISCUSSION of how she prepares her Dementia/Alzheimers patients for the COVID-19 test.
– REPORT that her patients have an option to take the mouth swab, not the nasal one.
– DISCUSSION of how clients w/ Dementia/Alzheimers take to wearing a mask. For the most part, they “SEE” other wearing them and so they comply. Kae wears FULL PPE when she enters a facility/community/home. How her clients respond to her mostly w/ voice recognition.
– DISCUSSION of how staff facilitate “visits” w/ clients via their phones.
– REPORT on how as people “SEASON” (age) they become more vulnerable to COVID-19 for reasons other than Dementia/Alzheimers.
– REMINDER that she has a live ZOOM support group the 1st and 3rd Wednesday.
– REMINDER that there is so much helpful information on the website.
www.dementiahelpcenter.com
(760) 636-6355)

Kae

cont. “Senior Moment” Segment – January 9, 2021

10:00 – 11:00 AM

Hour 2 Seg 3 – cont. “Senior Moment” Segment

Hello, hello Joey Pals;
Just to remind you, that even though I am doing my best to provide you up-to-date information, please check websites and phone numbers for the latest. Coronavirus Hotlines and Websites: Desert Oasis Healthcare www.mydohc.com (760) 969-6555; Eisenhower Health (760) 837-8988; Desert AIDS Project Triage Clinic (760) 992-0407. Be well and all the best. Blessings, Joey
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FOREST LAWN w/ Larry Davis re: 69855 E. Ramon Rd., Cathedral City, CA. 92234.
– DISCUSSION of his loss of his wife of 49 years a month ago. How he has handed down various things of Linda’s and the example for all of us in talking about these things “beforehand”.
– REPORT on how Forest Lawn is handling services, w/ their tent, number of folks who can attend w/ social distancing, masks, etc. All services are virtual as well and up on the web. That way folks who can’t travel and are all over the World can see the services. Video is available forever.
– REPORT on the personal experience of his loss and the example it provides for all of us. services outside in the tent and they have been lovely.
– They are providing functions and memorial services in the tent. People feel comfortable and safe in a private setting and Forest Lawn is doing services DURING the Pandemic.
– REPORT on the demeanor of the families who lose loved ones during the Pandemic.
– DISCUSSION of how the planning meetings for services are now done over the phone w/ Forest Lawn.
– REPORT that Forest Lawn has NEVER been closed, is considered an essential business.
www.forestlawn.com
(760) 328-3112)

Larry

Neuro Vitality Segment – January 9, 2021

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Hour 3 Seg 1 – Neuro Vitality Segment

Hello, hello Joey Pals;
Just to remind you, that even though I am doing my best to provide you up-to-date information, please check websites and phone numbers for the latest. Coronavirus Hotlines and Websites: Desert Oasis Healthcare www.mydohc.com (760) 969-6555; Eisenhower Health (760) 837-8988; Desert AIDS Project Triage Clinic (760) 992-0407. Be well and all the best. Blessings, Joey
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NEURO VIALITY SEGMENT w/ Dr. Jay Seller re: Program Director and Executive Director. 2800 E. Alejo, Palm Springs, CA.
– REPORT on the history of events for 2020. As of March 1, 2020 they were a Community-based Adult Services Program. As of May 1, 2020 they closed down and became a source of virtual services. The state has acknowledged seeing the benefits of the virtual activities. They are the ONLY C.V.A.S. (Coachella Valley Adult Services) facility in the Valley.
– REPORT that the facility is closed @ this point in time, but the virtual services are available @ different times during the day.
– DISCUSSION that the target audience for NVC services is anyone who has had a neurological event, no matter the age. Patients range from 19 to 78 years of age. There are individual “groups” for different issues.
– DISCUSSION that a physician here in the Valley can refer someone to NVC and Jay and his staff will take care of EVERYTHING from there.
– REPORT that clients can be anywhere and access the services of the NVC virtually, etc.
– REPORT on their meal services Monday thru Friday to their clients.
– REPORT that they can see clients on a “one-on-one” basis but haven’t had to do this process yet.
– DISCUSSION that they can create their own schedule for their clients.
– REPORT that NVC takes insurances.
– REPORT that they will take notices and follow up on anyone a “Joey Pal” may feel needs their help. i.e. anyone w/ a chronic illness.
– DISCUSSION of how NVC can give a caregiver a break too.
www.neurovitalitycenter.org
(760) 323-7676)

Jay

Desert Care Network Segment – January 9, 2021

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Hour 3 Seg 2 – Desert Care Network Segment

Hello, hello Joey Pals;
Just to remind you, that even though I am doing my best to provide you up-to-date information, please check websites and phone numbers for the latest. Coronavirus Hotlines and Websites: Desert Oasis Healthcare www.mydohc.com (760) 969-6555; Eisenhower Health (760) 837-8988; Desert AIDS Project Triage Clinic (760) 992-0407. Be well and all the best. Blessings, Joey
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DESERT CARE NETWORK w/ Dr. John Legge, M.D. Re: Desert Care Network/Desert Regional Medical Center @ 1180 N. Indian Canyon, Palm Springs.
– REPORT that Dr. Legge is a neurologist. He’s an expert in the movement disorders associated w/ Parkinsons.
1.) Definition of Parkinsons. i.e. starts in the brain. Men have this more than women.
2.) Age that Parkinsons strikes. i.e. later in life. Increased risk in folks over 60.
3.) Cause of Parkinsons. i.e. bad chemical “actors” in the brain.
4.) Treatments. i.e; At this point in time we just treat the symptoms, not the cause yet. Possible treatments: Stem cells, vaccine, monoclonal antibodies. He is very hopeful for treatment studies and applications this year.
5.) Signs of the onset of Parkinsons. i.e. tremors in the hands, then head, jaw and legs. Not all signs of Parkinsons are manifested w/ tremors.
– DISCUSSION of what point in time one begins treatment for the symptoms.
– DISCUSSION of how he picked this specialty. i.e. His Grandmother. He loves neuroscience.
– REPORT that the CV HAS NOT had a dedicated Parkinson’s treatment source until his practice.
www.desertcaredocs.com
(760) 416-4545)

Dr. Legge

Animal Segment – January 9, 2021

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Hour 3 Seg 3 – Animal Segment

Hello, hello Joey Pals;
Just to remind you, that even though I am doing my best to provide you up-to-date information, please check websites and phone numbers for the latest. Coronavirus Hotlines and Websites: Desert Oasis Healthcare www.mydohc.com (760) 969-6555; Eisenhower Health (760) 837-8988; Desert AIDS Project Triage Clinic (760) 992-0407. Be well and all the best. Blessings, Joey
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BONES ‘N SCONES w/ Kathy Hart re: 1.) 633 S. Palm Cyn., Dr., Ste., #26, Palm Springs, CA. 92264. 2.) Market Place, 1717 E. Vista Chino, Ste., B-3, Palm Springs, CA. 92262. 3.) 73910 CA-111, Palm Desert, CA.
– REPORT that Bones ‘N Scones open and is considered an essential business. Limit store access to 3 HUMANS @ a time AND PETS.
– REPORT on the question from a “Joey Pal”. What help is available for the pets of homeless persons in the Coachella Valley? i.e. Sources: Palm Springs Animal Shelter has a pet food bank.
– REPORT that homeless owners care for their animals better than they care for themselves.
– REPORT on how to donate/drop off food for animals @ any of her locations.
– REPORT on how to “surrender” an animal you can no longer care for.
– DISCUSSION of San Diego’s “day care” for animals while owners apply for programs etc. Her hope that we will get this service in the CV at some point in time.
– REPORT that they deliver and do curb side pick-up.
– REPORT that store #1 is open Mon-Sat., 11 AM to 4 PM and #2, 11 AM to 4 PM and #3, Palm Desert 11 AM to 4 PM.
– Open to public for hands free delivery to your car, or pick-up inside w/ all COVID-19 protocols (w/ bright neon green paw prints to mark the social distancing) w/ your doggies w/ FREE bag of jerky FOR YOUR DOG!!! Lol
– DISCUSSION of how she picks the brands of food she offers. Her prices are very competitive and very fair for her higher end products.
– REPORT on the in-house bakery @ Palm Springs store on S. Palm Canyon, for the animals….i.e. birthday cakes, treats, etc., Getting ready for Valentine’s Day offerings for dogs and cats. REPORT on the sardine and or salmon muffins that she makes for cats. Perhaps the bakery will have a separate facility in the future.
www.bonesnscones.com
(760) 864-1133)

Kathy

Restaurant of the Week Segment – January 2, 2021

09:00 – 10:00 AM

Hour 1 Seg 1 – Restaurant of the Week Segment

Hello, hello Joey Pals;
Just to remind you, that even though I am doing my best to provide you up-to-date information, please check websites and phone numbers for the latest. Coronavirus Hotlines and Websites: Desert Oasis Healthcare www.mydohc.com (760) 969-6555; Eisenhower Health (760) 837-8988; Desert AIDS Project Triage Clinic (760) 992-0407. Be well and all the best. Blessings, Joey
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RESTAURANT OF THE WEEK w/ Joe Enos re: Director of P.R. and Marketing for LuLu California Bistro. 200 S. Palm Cyn., Dr., Palm Springs.
– Happy New Year from Joe to all the “Joey Pals”.
– REPORT that downtown P.S. is still “happening” open. Most retail stores are open and many restaurants are open and doing take out.
– REPORT on the new shops Michael Braun has implemented Downtown.
– REPORT on LuLu’s Take-Out routine….1.) Go to the website, where the “to go” menu is posted. Most things on the original menu are there. Orders for 2 or 4 persons. Everything ready in 10 to 15 minutes. 2.) Also can call 327-5858 and talk to Gabe and place an order. 3.) Also have delivery thru PostMates. 4.) Then you call when you come to pick up in your car OR walk into the lobby to the pick-up window right inside the open doors.
– REPORT on Joe’s perception of his customers who are eager to get out of the house. Important to support all small businesses in the CV. Come on downtown Palm Springs during this difficult time.
– DISCUSSION of how to support restaurants by purchasing gift cards for now or later.
– REPORT on how to tip, either on your credit card via the on-line or phone order or when you pick-up your to-go order.
– DISCUSSION of Acqua California Bistro @ the River news will be coming.
www.lulupalmsprings.com
(760) 327-5858)

Joe

Desert Oasis Healthcare Segment – January 2, 2021

09:00 – 10:00 AM

Hour 1 Seg 2 – Desert Oasis Healthcare Segment

Hello, hello Joey Pals;
Just to remind you, that even though I am doing my best to provide you up-to-date information, please check websites and phone numbers for the latest. Coronavirus Hotlines and Websites: Desert Oasis Healthcare www.mydohc.com (760) 969-6555; Eisenhower Health (760) 837-8988; Desert AIDS Project Triage Clinic (760) 992-0407. Be well and all the best. Blessings, Joey
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DESERT OASIS HEALTHCARE w/ Dr. Brian Hodgkins re: Executive V.P. of Clinical Operations; 275 El Cielo Rd., Palm Springs, 92262. “Your Health, Your Life, Our Passion”.
Leads the COVID-10 Taskforce.
– REPORT that we are starting the 42nd. week of COVID-19 “Sheltering in Place”.
– REPORT on 2020. The unexpected Pandemic. U.S. has 20 million cases. CA has over 2 million cases. Third wave is expected here in our Valley.
– REPORT on 2020 progress we have made in technology.
– DISCUSSION that he feels there will be another 7 weeks of the “4th surge”.
– REPORT that the U.S. and World scientific community has come together very well. More vaccines are being developed.
– QUESTIONS from Joey Pals.
1.“Are hotels safe to stay in”?
2. New strain of the virus found in Colorado? And, it’s more contagious than the original strain.
3. What does colder weather do to the virus? (that colder weather MOVES FOLKS INDOORS, where the virus gets stronger).
4. Am I immune if I’ve already had CODVID-19 (yes for 3 months or maybe longer).
5. Does the vaccine provide the best immunity? (best from the vaccine, rather than your natural immunity from having had the virus).
www.mydohc.com
(760) 969-6555)

Brian

cont. Desert Oasis Healthcare Segment – January 2, 2021

09:00 – 10:00 AM

Hour 1 Seg 3 – cont. Desert Oasis Healthcare Segment

Hello, hello Joey Pals;
Just to remind you, that even though I am doing my best to provide you up-to-date information, please check websites and phone numbers for the latest. Coronavirus Hotlines and Websites: Desert Oasis Healthcare www.mydohc.com (760) 969-6555; Eisenhower Health (760) 837-8988; Desert AIDS Project Triage Clinic (760) 992-0407. Be well and all the best. Blessings, Joey
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DESERT OASIS HEALTHCARE w/ Dr. Brian Hodgkins re: Executive V.P. of Clinical Operations; 275 El Cielo Rd., Palm Springs, 92262. “Your Health, Your Life, Our Passion”.
Leads the COVID-10 Taskforce.
– REPORT on the development of the vaccines that are coming “down the pike” and how they have almost 100% efficacy.
– CONTINUE THE DISCUSSION of the questions AND THE ANSWERS to questions from “Joey Pals”.
6. Will we “keep” all the vaccines we have develop here in the U.S. IN the U.S. for American? (the effort is a combined world effort.)
7. Do we have enough vaccine for ALL Americans since all 3 of the front line vaccines were made here? (pretty close).
8. How long will the antibodies stay in my system after the vaccine? (somewhere about 9 to 12 months).
– DISCUSSION that the antibodies from the vaccine will last longer than your natural body will be able to produce.
– REPORT that Barry Dayton keeps the www.mydohc.com website updated.
– KUDOS to the CV Hospitals during this current surge.
– REPORT that testing HAS TO BE FOR SYMPOMATIC PEOPLE at this point-in-time, due to overload for testing. Hopefully the end of the surge will come by the end of January, 2021. Check Riverside County website. New agency involved.
– REPORT that D.O.H.C. still has testing in Indio and Palm Springs test sites. They are using the RapidID test.
www.mydohc.com
(760) 969-6555)

Brian

Eisenhower Health Segment – January 2, 2021

10:00 – 11:00 AM

Hour 2 Seg 1 – Eisenhower Health Segment

Hello, hello Joey Pals;
Just to remind you, that even though I am doing my best to provide you up-to-date information, please check websites and phone numbers for the latest. Coronavirus Hotlines and Websites: Desert Oasis Healthcare www.mydohc.com (760) 969-6555; Eisenhower Health (760) 837-8988; Desert AIDS Project Triage Clinic (760) 992-0407. Be well and all the best. Blessings, Joey
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EISENHOWER HEALTH w/ Lee Rice re: Media Coordinator and Communications Specialist and Public Information officer. 3900 Bob Hope Dr., Rancho Mirage, CA. 92270.
– REPORT that Jan., 1 Eisenhower Health turned 50 years old. Thank you to the Joey listeners and the community for all the support for 50 years!!!
– REPORT on how EH always preps for Emergency situations AND in 2020 had to PREP FOR COVID-19, an unfunded and unknown situation.
– DISCUSSION that EH’s COVID=19 Response Fund and the Hospital Recovery Fund raised $14 million in record time thanks to the community.
– DISCUSSION of how people were hesitant to come to EH for their regular appointments i.e. cancer treatments, heart surgeries, elective surgeries etc.,
– New year, BUT SAME VIRUS. Continue to use all protocols.
– REPORT that EH has the vaccine and has all the necessary freezers and is now administering the Pfizer 2 shot Vaccine to their front-line workers.
www.eisenhowerhealth.org
(760) 340-3911)

Lee

Theater Segment – January 2, 2021

10:00 – 11:00 AM

Hour 2 Seg 2 – Theater Segment

Hello, hello Joey Pals;
Just to remind you, that even though I am doing my best to provide you up-to-date information, please check websites and phone numbers for the latest. Coronavirus Hotlines and Websites: Desert Oasis Healthcare www.mydohc.com (760) 969-6555; Eisenhower Health (760) 837-8988; Desert AIDS Project Triage Clinic (760) 992-0407. Be well and all the best. Blessings, Joey
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JOEY ENGLISH ROVING THEATER REPORTER w/ Steven Smith re; Musical director and pianist.
– REPORT on New Year’s Eve @ Marty’s.
– REPORT on the McCallum Theatre. www.mccallumtheatre.com.
– REPORT on Coyote Stageworks. www.coyotestageworks.org
– REPORT on Desert Rose Playhouse. www.desertroseplayhouse.org.
– REPORT on Palm Canyon Theater. www.palmcanyontheatre.org.
(760) 898-8147)

Steven

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